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We always recommend to get the most recent released version of Connected Business as this ensures that the application is much stable than its previous version and lots of additional features. Is there anything that we can assist you with to expedite the system setup you are referring to? Please don't hesitate to contact our team and we will be more than happy to assist you
Yes, this should be addressed in the current version Connected Sale Desktop App (CB 19). Transactions can now be printed without requiring Connected Sale Printer Applet. Thank you.
In 18.2 we are using an older version of firefox so the java applets work fine like printing, etc. Was wondering if this was resolved for V19 so we can use another/updated browser or is that still in the works? Looking to update our system soon...
Do we need all control library's WinForms, WPF and .net? or just Winforms? Will you be upgrading yours to be supported by new versions of...
You may go to vimeo.com/connectedbusiness to see more of our videos:
If you are looking into Sales Tax Compliance, you may check :
Navigating Sales Tax Compliance
Or, if you want to check the entire webinar last July, you can check Version 19 Webinar vimeo.com/279931722 .
You may also check our Release Notes for Connected Business 19 for what has been fixed, enhanced or added in this version
Release Notes for Connected Business 19
Release Notes for Connected Business 19 Build 6840
Release Notes for Connected Business 19 Build 6875
Hope these help. Thank you.
I missed the Webinar in June on the Sales tax and TaxJar. Is there any new developments or is the webinar available to view
I have recently implemented a 10 user CB system but I didn't realise that CB doesn't allow multiple bills against a single GRN. This is a common practice in general and specifically with this client.
What can we do to facilitate this client as they are not happy with this situation.
I have another 40 user system I am working on which hasn't gone live yet but they will have the same issue.
Please advise urgently.
I am not aware of any plugins but let's wait for the other members to chime in.
I was wondering if there was an alert user plugin of sorts. Basically I would like to be able to show custom messages/notes about customers/shiptos when a either an order is being created or when the main customer form is opened. Be nice to make CSRs aware of special circumstances/reminders/etc.
At the moment we only have basic authentication but we plan on improving this in the future.
In regards to using the RESTful APIs in the POS WebService, I am aware that Basic Authentication is suitable, however I was wondering what other Authentication Methods are set up or able to be set up for using the APIs that would be more secure than a base64 encoding, for example Auth0 tokens, etc. Is there some documentation for setting up these authorisation methods?
We are trying to call the API in a web interface and have each company user use their own credentials to call the functions, but do not want to store what is effectively plaintext in a cookie or session just so the application can make consecutive calls without asking for details each time. It would be preferable to store some token in a cookie and use that for consecutive calls in that session.
At the moment we only have basic authentication. But we plan on improving this in future release.
Is there any other Authentication method, besides Basic Authentication, for using the APIs provided with the POS Web Service.
I am writing a web interface that allows users to perform a few simple tasks through the APIs. Rather than storing their password in a cookie to use, or ask them for a password for every action they wish to perform, we would like to use a token-based authentication and store that token in a cookie for half an hour, using the token each time the user tries to do something that involves the API in that time.
If I am able to set up a token-based authentication within the Web Service, how would I do that?